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new york. >> it is amazing, too, how lives can cross. just in the nick of time. >> it's a beautiful gift, to see that. and to see they're living in the moment and taking every mi live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> back to business, the metro region goes back to work and back to school. we noted that means, a long ride. good morning, washington. thanks for joining us on this tuesday. i am alison starling. >> i am natasha barrett. first, adam caskey with the forecast. >> a pleasant morning, a little warmer than yesterday. we live in the belfort furniture weather center at 4:30 on this
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welcome back to work and school. 63 degrees in woodbridge, 65 in rockville and temple hill, 66 in vienna. the dew points are in the '60s. pretty comfortable in terms of humidity levels. temperatures are warmer than yesterday. in the district, 70, mostly sunny today, a few scattered clouds. high temperature near 90 with allied southwest wind. welcome back, lisa baden. thank you. there was no overnight construction because of the long holiday. map and describe things rolling nicely. out of southern maryland, about -- 228 anhd to 28, s21
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210 looks nice. traffic moving nicely. looks good on 66 and 95. back to you. >> thank you. the end of the holiday weekend, back-to-school means more buses and cars on the nodes. >> expect the worst, according to aaa. courtney robinson is all 270 in rockville. >> good morning. things are looking pretty good right now, but with all the schools in our area back in session and many going back to work, to let it says expect gridlock. organisation predicts terrible traffic on this tuesday. it will be forced ingestion in the past few months. that means you might need to build extra time did your commute. another matter complicating things its construction projects during a again. the hot lanes project on 495,
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295 crossing the anacostia river near 11th street, lanes will close for construction lasting up to a month. new traffic patterns as well. this morning we will be monitoring the blaze. lisa baden will let you know how things look. courtney robinson reporting. you may want to secure that, metro is an option. the real system says repairs on the red line should be complete in time for the morning rush. five stations shut down on a holiday weekend. the ntsb recommended the safety of credit after last year's deadly collision. the first day of school fula hundreds of thousands of students in northern virginia. nursultan in fairfax, arlington, prince william, loudoun, and stafford counties as well as the city of alexandria, falls church, manassas, manassas park,
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and fredericksburg. many school systems will be dealing with an influx of new students, budgets, and salary freezes. tuesday morning, turning to the mayor's race. incumbent adrian fenty secured another major endorsement. the washington examiner endorsed him, citing his record on safety, education, and improved service. the endorsement comes a week before the primary and in the midst of early voting. police are looking for two men in connection with a violent home invasion robbery in woodbridge. seven people in the house, including a newborn baby, when two masked men entered through an unlocked door. the victim wanted their identity protected. >> they took everything i own and everything i saved for.
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>> this is where they hit me with a pistol and the gun went off. >> no one was shot during the robber left seconds before and william county police arrived. a fest-moving fire tore through bonds housing resources. it's broken a truly monday near the casino at charles town racing in west virginia. by the time the fire was out, 27 horses were dead. karoline has the story. >> steve clark and amber spotted the flames on the way home from woodbridge. >> you cannot get down nerco. it is too hot. -- you cannot get down there. >> a desperate attempt to save the horses inside.
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>> it was about how to get to the horses. >> the couple went from martaban, coaxing the animals to safety. >> i felt like my shoes were going to build off of my feet. >> not enough in the end. >> come on, you guys, go, go! >> 3 bons burned to the ground. >> there was no chance of them getting out. barns burned to the ground. for whatever reason, we were supposed to be there. >> 3 kittens were saved. >> so precious. >> that is the good part.
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68 degrees on this tuesday. >> still ahead, highlights from last night's golden state/virginia tech game at fedex field. >> and the noel that could mean trouble for president. we will be r
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tuesday morning. let's check traffic and weather. >> we turn to adam caskey for that. good morning. >> good morning. welcome back. expect temperatures near 60 degrees at a bus stop. low 60's. warmer with an adult life. humidity is still down. to 65 degrees in burke. hyattsville, 69 degrees. berkeley springs, 58. arlington, 70. it looks like short sleeve weather today. yesterday it was 87 degrees, five degrees above average. the record today is 104. a little warmer than yesterday. near 90 degrees today. thursday back-to-school period -- this is the first day back to school and back to work after
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labor day. high temperatures near 90 degrees tomorrow, not very humid. things moving nicely. no problems as far as the beltway travel or interstate. metrorail says the red line construction should be complete by 5:00 a.m. they're not posted on lil website any longer. it is not posted on their website. looks good in hyattstown. back to you. >> thank you. 4:41, 68 degrees. >> a death defying stunt hundreds of feet above the streets of san francisco. >> there's a new poll showing more americans all worried about
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the economy and who
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summer vacation has ended for hundreds of thousands of students in northern virginia. they will go back to class today. the new school year is expected to be a challenging one for virginia school districts as they face tighter budgets and an influx of new students. the start of school and return to work after the holiday could make for very difficult to
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on the roads today. delay says to expect a terrible traffic tuesday. several construction projects in the d.c. area could add to the gridlock. the former jetblue flight attendant accused of coercing a passenger and sliding down the emergency chute will be in a new york city courtroom today. steven slater faces several charges in connection with the incident. he left the airline and last week. the president is said to reveal another new proposal to help the economy. this one will benefit businesses and corporations with tax breaks. but a new poll released overnight shows what a challenge democrats are facing heading into the midterm elections. emily schmidt has more. >> president obama has a new economic plan. >> i think yes we can is more inspiring. >> a new poll finds more people
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saying that he has not. 50% of voters disapprove of the way he's handling his job overall and that he's made the economy worse -- 33% feel the president has made the economy's course. >> i have tried to turn this economy around. >> $50 billion is his first project ahead. and he will propose a tax write- off for new investments for businesses. republican leader john boehner is as we do not need for governments stimulus spending, we need to end washington democrat of control spending. >> there is nothing the president can do to provide a big jolt by washington. supporters say give the president time. >> it is like losing weight.
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it comes on really fast, but when you are trying to correct it, it is a slow process. >> the midterm elections are just two months away. likely voters now favor the republican candidate in their district 53%, a record margin. emily schmidt reporting. the proposed islamic center near ground zero in new york is becoming a focal point for anti- muslim sentiment as the anniversary of the september electi11 attacks are nearing. and other anti-mosque protests is scheduled for saturday at ground zero. >> how could you propose this. and to dance on the graves appeared a people who died on 9/11. >> a small church is planning to
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burn the koran. there is a group running to commemorate lost family members in 9/11. they will finish the race in new york city. is a tropical storm causing trouble in texas. it has moved into the southern part of the state. it made landfall wears severe flooding forced thousands of people to leave their alms. some areas received up to 8 inches of rain. the coast guard is in possession of a failed plot prevent her from the gulf of mexico. the 50-foot, 300-pound device is expected to be analyzed at a nasa facility in louisiana. relief well drilling was supposed to resume this week,
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but has been delayed. in colorado in wildfire destroyed dozens of palms overnight and forced the evacuation of at least 1000 others. -- destroyed dozens of homes. the roads in the building are closed because of heavy smoke. there is a terrifying scene that played out live on television in san francisco last night. the man known to police as spider dan began climbing the millennium tharoor in san francisco. the 54-year-old has climbed some of the nation's tallest buildings only using suction cups. when he reached the top, he was arrested. the man city climbed it to prove the u.s. is vulnerable to terror attacks. >> always give them a special visit at the end. count me out. 68 degrees outside. >> coming up a little later on
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this tuesday, going to fedex field for highlights of last night's kickoff. then going outside to check out the best tailgating. first, another check on traffic and weather every ten minutes. you are watching "good morning washington." - ( music playing ) - we know technology can make you more connected. but now it can make you more connected to your doctor through e-mail. test results from home. check records. change appointments. now doctors, nurses,
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good morning. time for a check on traffic and
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weather every ten minutes. let's get things started with adam caskey. >> i know that you remember the first day of school growing up in minnesota. , could you forget the first day of school? a little bit of excitement and a little bit of everything. it is exciting to go back to school. right now in arlington it is 70 degrees. hagerstown, 67 garrett 65 in stafford, 68 in waldorf. it is 64 in germantown and bowie, noticeably warmer than yesterday at this time. we have clear skies. the clients are off to the north and the southeast. we will develop scattered clouds later today. mostly sunny with a few passing clouds of, near 90 for the high temperature. not humid. hot, humi
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mostly sunny tomorrow. but a cold front is moving through. temperatures will drop to near 80 on thursday through saturday with sunshine. chance of rain on sunday. now to lisa baden on this tuesday. we have been watching traffic closely on 95, 66, the building. -- around the beltway. this is live, beltway traffic at colesville road. back to you. >> thank you. looks good. 68 degrees. we will be right back.
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a touchdown! cinderella lives. >> a heartbreaking loss for virginia tech last night at fedex field. boisee touchdown owon for state. a close game. >> those two teams really took over fedex field. >> decor was there at the sold- out game-- jay korff was there.
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peoplef thousands of from across the country. >> we came from houston, texas. >> a big game played at an extraordinary venue. >> we and having fried chicken, old bean salads. >> she is proud of her pre- kickoff banquet. >> we love it. >> fedex field in landover, md., home of the redskins was transformed. virginia tech playing against boise state broncos. a sold-out, nationally televised game with national championship implications. >> it is a big deal. >> bears the tail gate before the game. >> lots of drinks. >> a chance to break bread while
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celebrating a common passion. >> a good way to be with your friends and degeeter on your team. >> we never and is tailgating. we never lose the tail gate . > school is back in session and a holiday is over, what to expect on the roadways. >> the economy, president obama debuts a new plan to save the middle class. >> later, down to the final seven days of the d.c. primary race. "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> just about 5:00 on this tuesday morning. good morning, washington. welcome back. i am alison starling. >> i am natasha bar.

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